Neo-impressionist Albert Dubois-Pillet was one of the first artists to use the technique of pointillism, a technique that creates an image using dots of pure color. From a distance this watercolor evokes a landscape of soft forms with clear depth and subtle lighting. Up close one can appreciate the way the individual daubs of color are blended to create this illusion. This scene along the banks of the Marne River just outside of Paris was a favorite subject of Dubois-Pillet.
Gallery-quality art print on 210 g Hahnemühle Studio matte paper.
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